The pop culture event draws in around 130,000 people, as well as the cream of the entertainment and tech industries. It also generates around $180 million annually.
They're up in arms over 'The Simpsons: Tapped Out,' which has snarky comments about the NRA squirreled away in it.
Among other major shifts, these veterans predict Hollywood's focus on mega-budget films will mean far fewer and more expensive theaters.
Theater owners are mulling new guidelines for Hollywood's coming attractions, despite misgivings from the film studios.
Rhode Island's $75 million gamble on Curt Schilling's video game company now stands as a cautionary tale on overreaching expectations in a misunderstood industry.
Another round of cuts will leave film studio jobs -- and more -- on the cutting-room floor.
Rising production outside the Los Angeles area -- and globally -- is just part of why Tinseltown is slowly shrinking.
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